University of Maryland, Baltimore County's Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Info Session, April 15, 2009

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The University of Maryland, Baltimore County's (UMBC) Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Information Session is a free event open to the public that provides an opportunity for individuals to learn how they can advance their Engineering career.

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County's (UMBC) Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Information Session will be held on Wednesday, April 15, 2009, from 6 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the UMBC Tech Incubator. The public is welcome to come and network with current students, talk with staff and representatives from the Graduate School and Career Services, and learn more about UMBC's graduate programs in Engineering. The event is co-sponsored by INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter and IEEE Baltimore.

Here is what attendees can expect to learn:

  • New this fall 2009: Blended Learning courses and an Entrepreneurship course in innovation and technology
  • Meet our new course instructor, Julie Kirk, CEO of Path Forward International
  • Speak with program faculty and hear from current students in the program

This event is free and open to the public. The UMBC Tech Incubator is located at 1450 South Rolling Road, Catonsville, MD 21227. If interested in attending, please RSVP online at http://ennect.com/e397.

About UMBC's Engineering Programs
Engineering Management
UMBC's Master of Science in Engineering Management or Certificate in Engineering Management programs are designed to help maximize technical and business skills. These programs are ideally suited to engineers employed in technology-oriented enterprises or government programs.

Systems Engineering
The real world of Systems Engineering is addressed in UMBC's Master of Science in Systems Engineering and Certificate in Systems Engineering by coupling the experiences of the region's top engineers with the expertise of UMBC's world-class engineering faculty. UMBC's Systems Engineering graduate programs are designed for working engineers, taught by the region's top systems engineers and overseen by a board of faculty and industry leaders.

For more information
Lisa Gambino
410-455-3034
http://www.umbc.edu/Prof_Engr

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